1. Constitution Supremacy, Emergency Powers and Judicial Attitudes
    [1983] J.M.C.L.C.69
  2. Recent Trends in Legislation and Court Attitudes – Affecting Human Rights In Malaysia
    [1979-80] INSAF 72
  3. The Control and Regulation of Strikes and Lock Out in Malaysia
    [1991] 2 CLJ iii
  4. Emergency Powers and The Rule of Law
    Paper presented at the Malaysian Law Conference
    [1984] 1 CLJ 61
  5. Industrial Relations Act 1967
    An Overview: A paper presented at the National Labour Law Conference
    1985 Kuala Lumpur
  6. Influence of the American Constitution on Malaysian Constitutional Cases:
    A Contemporary Overview:
    Paper presented at the International Conference on the US Legal System;
    Its influence on Malaysia and Asia
    1991 Kuala Lumpur
  7. Parliamentary Democracy and Constitutional Monarchy
    Paper presented at the Malaysia Law Conference
    Malaysia Law News, July/August 1991
  8. South East Asia Firebrick Case: A Shot in the Arm for Privative Clauses
    1980 Insaf Vol 13(2) pg 41
  9. Administrative Law and the Citizen Part 1
    [1981] CLJ 65
  10. Administrative Law and the Citizen Part 11
    [1981] CLJ 114
  11. The Application of Common Law Principles in Malaysia
    Paper presented at the University of Hong Kong Seminar on The Common Law in Asia
    December 1984
  12. The Protection and Enforcement of the Right of Shareholders and Directors through Corporate Litigation;
    Paper presented in January 1991, Kuala Lumpur at the Seminaron the 1992 Malaysian Company Directors and Shareholders Briefing organised by the Asia Pacific Institute for Management Development
  13. Continuing Legal Education in a Development Bar
    The Commonwealth Lawyer
    [1995] Vol 6 Nov pg 24
  14. Press Freedom and Contempt of Court
    [1985-87] Insaf 61
  15. Globalisation of Legal Services: The Malaysian Experience
    [1996] Insaf 26
  16. Reorganisation and Retrenchment in Malaysian Employment

    [1993] 3 CLJ i
  17. Judges and Judicial Accountibility
    The Commonwealth Lawyer
    March 2000
  18. The Practising Legal Profession
    Paper delivered at the Latimer House Conference, 1988
  19. Recent Judicial Trends: The Malaysian Experience
    The Commonwealth Lawyer
    April 2001
  20. When Judges Publish Articles
    2002 Infoline (March/April) 48
  21. Legal Practice: The Negligence Question and How Up to Date Must we be
    2001 Infoline (June/ July)
  22. The Role of the Legal Profession in `Parliamentary Supremacy’ & Judicial Independence:
    A Commonwealth Approach
    John Hatchard & Peter Slinn (Cavendish)
  23. Judicial Checks on Government
    [2001] 27 CLB 583
  24. The Legal Structure of Law Firms: The Imminent Changes
    [2002] 2 CLJ i
  25. Law Reform Commission: Some Commonwealth Perspective
    [2002] Insaf
  26. Press Freedom & Contempt of Court
    [1986] Insaf 61
  27. Proper Law of Contract in Current Legal Issues In International Commercial Litigation pg 1997
  28. Developing Constitutionalism: Role of the Bar Association
    [1998] Insaf XXVII No. 3 pg 9
  29. Malaysia’s Insolvency Laws – Is there a need for reform?
    [1999] Insaf XXVIII No 3 pg 139
  30. Addresses by Puan Hendon Mohamed and Dato’ Cyrus Das
    Co-Chairpersons of the Organising Committee at the 12th Commonwealth Law Conference

    [1999] Insaf XXVIII No 3 pg 1
  31. Speech by the President of the Commonwealth Lawyers Association, Dato’ Dr Cyrus Das at the Closing Ceremony of the 12th Commonwealth Law Conference
    16th September 1999
    [1999] XXVIII No 3 pg 31
  32. Should Law Firms Restructure?
    [2002] Insaf XXXI No 2 pg 50
  33. The Legal Protection of Journalists’ Sources
    [2002] 4 MLJ cxlv
  34. Indian Constitutional Principles Abroad-The Malaysian Experience,
    published in Constitutional Perspectives:

    Essays in Honour of H.M. Seervai (Consti. Law)
    Delhi Ed. Venkat Iyer (Butterworths, India
  35. Elections Laws; The Compelling Areas for Reform from a Legal Perspective
    [2002] 2 MLJ cxc
  36. The Monarchial System in M’sia: Submission to the Fiji Constitutional Commission, 1997
  37. The Monarchy in M’sia: The Sultanate System-Rights Privileges & Relations with Executive Government.’
    Published in The Power & Functions of Executive Government: Studies from the Asia Pacific Region.
    Ed. Graham Hassal & Cheryl Saunders.
  38. Recent Judicial Trends: The Malaysian Experience
    (2001-2003) Vol 8 – 10
    Law & Justice (Delhi) p. 55
  39. The Changing Face of Advocacy in our Courts
    2005 Relevan 20
  40. Judicial Method and the Example of Owen Dixon
    2005 Infoline (Jan/Feb) 32
  41. Section 34 and the Enforcement Provisions of the Arbitration Act
    The Need for Reform

    [2005] 1 CLJ I
  42. Judicial Review of Financial Regulatory Bodies
    [2005] 2 MLJ xxvii
  43. Trends in Constitutional Litigation:
    Malaysia and India -No Longer a Shared Experience

    [2005] Law Review 270
  44. Tax Planning: The Legal Line Between Tax Mitigation, Avoidance and Evasion 1
    [2006] 1 MLJ lxviii
  45. Enforcement of Awards under the new Arbitration Act 2005
    An Overview
    [2007] 1 MLJ xliv
  46. Constitutionalism and Human Rights: The Essential Convention
    [2007] 1 MHRJ (Malaysian Human Rts Journal) 35
  47. Consulting the Conference of Rulers under the Federal Constitution
    [2006] 33 JMCL 95
  48. The Basic Law Approach to Constitutionalism:
    Malaysian Experience Fifty Years
    [2007] 15 APLR 219
  49. Judicial Approaches to Constitutional Litigation in Malaysia
    [2008] The Law Review 255
  50. Faith-Based legal Systems and Secular Legal Systems: Whether the Systems Co-Exist Well – the Malaysian Experience
    Simon (ltg) / Lauda (H9)
    Der Einfluss der Weltreligioner auf die Rechtsysteme Der Lander, Frankfurt (2009)
  51. Threats to Judicial Independence: A Commonwealth Survey in the Culture of Judicial Independence
    Ed. Shimon Shetreet & Christopher Forsyth (2012), Neilhoff Publications)
  52. Malaysia’s Legal History and India’s Influence on its Early Development
    Published MargAsia (Journal of Centre for Asian Studies)
    Winter 2019 Vol 7 Issue 2
    Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India
  53. The Malaysian Economy & its Labour Market 2023 8 CLJ i
  54. Government Formations Under Parliamentary Systems: Reflections from Malaysia.
    The Commonwealth Lawyer Vol 34 April 2024 p. 6